It is without a doubt that one of my favorite European cities is AMSTERDAM. Which is why I'm excited to write this article on what to do in Amsterdam. This is one of mine and J's favorite places in the world. This is actually where our love of travel together first started. This place is what opened our minds to the completely different world outside of our comfort zone, which is why I'm writing this as my first post :)
Woven by its 165 canals, it's beautiful streets are fringed by tilted buildings that house creative enterprises that provide a wealth of experiences suitable for an array of interests--from walking around the multiple galleries, enjoying new and innovative forms of cuisine, or just to getting high in the coffee shops. Some just come to enjoy a weekend of partying at the Red Light District. But I think Amsterdam deserves more than it's smoke and sex-filled reviews!
In contrast to what many may say about Amsterdam, there is just something about this place that is just feels like I am at home. It's people's hospitality and open-mindedness and quirkiness, together with its rich history that has always appealed to me. That, and the loads of beer, cheese, and stroopwafels I stuffed my face with!
This article will provide you with ideas on things to do in Cairo, Egypt. This week's 90-degree weather just reminded me of how it was under the sun in the Sahara a few months back (and thank goodness for the cooler temps coming up!). So I finally had the time to write about this amazing trip of ours to Egypt!
Yes!! We finally got the opportunity to see Egypt!
Egypt had always been on our bucket list, but we never really came through until we planned a trip to visit Jordan. Cairo, only being an hour and a half plane ride from Amman, we figured this was the perfect time to make our ancient Egyptian dreams come true!